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“Also of Interest” and “Elementals” for March 17, 2008

Each week, the Planet Analog section of the print version of EETimes features two small text boxes, entitled “Also of Interest” and “Elementals”, in addition to one or two feature articles, an editor's column, and new products. Each of these boxes cites items from publications outside the Planet Analog and EETimes portfolio. The first box highlights a few items of general interest to the engineer, while the second highlights some basic and tutorial electronic-engineering material.

In this week's print edition (March 17, 2008) you'll see these items (note: there are also links to previous weeks' editions, at the bottom):

Also of Interest

  • Brute-force computation has eclipsed humans in chess, and it could soon do the same in this ancient Asian game:
    “Cracking GO,”
    IEEE Spectrum
    , October 2007
  • Nanotechnology takes energy storage beyond batteries:
    “The Charge of the Ultra-Capacitors,”
    IEEE Spectrum,
    , November 2007
  • New technique usable in harsh, high-heat environments, allows for networking and smart vehicle operation with no additional wiring beyond power:
    “NASA Tech Briefs,”
    December 2007
    , December 2007


Previous Editions

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